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I've had a good time here in baseball. I love baseball. That's why I'm still around. ---->>>

I've put in 63 years now in the big leagues as a player, coach, manager. And now just being around these young guys, it keeps you going pretty good. ---->>>

There's nothing to it. Baseball isn't that tough to play. ---->>>

When I was playing, there were only eight teams in each league, and you didn't have any playoffs. ---->>>

You always believed that as good as you knew you were, there was always somebody who could take your place. I tried to work as hard as I could to make sure that didn't happen. ---->>>

I'm just the same as anybody else now. To get TB again, I'd have to go out and catch a whole new case of it. Let's forget about it. I'm a ballplayer. ---->>>

I'm not much of a jewelry man. I don't even wear a watch half the time. ---->>>

I don't like to compare clubs or players from way back. It's different today. Your ballparks are better. In the days when I played, we had eight teams in each league. Now you have more. ---->>>

I managed Dal Maxvill, and he's now our general manager. I managed Bob Gibson. He's a broadcaster. Tim McCarver. Bill White. Nellie Briles. He used to be a broadcaster. I tried to count them up one time. ---->>>

When there were just eight teams in each of the big leagues, I was always told, 'It's hard to come up, but it's just hard to stay in the big leagues.' That's because there's always somebody. The Cardinals had so many minor league clubs and had so many good ballplayers. ---->>>


Red Schoendienst profile (red-schoendienst.jpg)
Nationality: American
Born: 02-02, 1923
Occupation: Athlete

Albert Fred "Red" Schoendienst (; born February 2, 1923) is an American Major League Baseball (MLB) coach, and former player and manager. An outstanding second baseman, he played for 19 years with the St. Louis Cardinals (1945–56, 1961–63), New York Giants (1956–57) and Milwaukee Braves (1957–60), and was named to 10 All Star teams (wikipedia)